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Heater poor heat,is it hard to change heater box? my fan is broken out,

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Yes the entire dash must be removed to access the climate control ducting

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Heater doesn t blow out any heat or air


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Had radiator flush. Even before this was done,


A few things to consider when diagnosing poor heater
  • Flushing the radiator doesn't do much in terms of heat. The heater core should be flushed to get rid of anything accumulated in there over the years.
  • How hot is the engine actually getting? If the thermostat is stuck open the engine may never reach proper operating temperature.
  • With the engine at operating temperature feel the hoses going into the heater core, are they hot? Some vehicles use a heater control valve that only flows coolant through the heater core when activated. They work off of vacuum and it isn't uncommon to find a broken vacuum line at the valve.
  • Are the doors in the heater box operating correctly? Can you hear the heater door inside the dash open when you select heat?
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